This lodge is located on a hillside overlooking the rolling grassland around Highway 20, about a half hour drive west of Williams Lake near the top of the "big hill" west of the bridge over the Fraser. The Lodge dates back to 1940 and is one of the historical dwelllings in this region.
The Lodge, built in 1940 as a hunting lodge, is one of the last remaining authentic lodging facilities in the Chilcotin, and, in fact, in the whole of B.C. In the early days, the Lodge also served as Riske Creek's post office and general store. It has always been a refuge for travellers.
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